5 Billion In Diamonds

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5 Billion In Diamonds release their self-titled debut album today. A new project by the transatlantic musical alliance of producers Butch Vig and Andy Jenks and DJ James Grillo, 5 Billion In Diamonds features an all-star cast of musicians and vocals by Helen White, Sandra Dedrick, David Schelzel, and Ebbot … Continue Reading →

Review: The Isley Brothers & Santana – Power Of Peace

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When it comes to collaborations, The Isley Brothers and Santana as one legendary creative unit is pretty awesome. We’re talking over six decades of hit makers across the spectrum of American popular music between Ron and Ernie Isley, and Carlos Santana. But what is more noteworthy is how much members … Continue Reading →

Earl – Tongue Tied

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“Tongue Tied”, the new studio album by singer-songwriter Earl, has been published. Born and raised in Alaska, the aspiring musician moved to LA where she released three LPs under the name Kate Earl. A Londoner now, Earl reinvented herself and surprises with a retro sound, taking us back to the … Continue Reading →

Juanita Stein – America

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Juanita Stein releases her debut solo album, titled “America”. The Australian-born and London-based artist is best known as the lead singer of rock band Howling Bells. Her solo LP was recorded in Los Angeles, and, as the title suggests, this album is an ode to America. “I’ve forever idealized American … Continue Reading →

Review: Lana Del Rey – Lust For Life

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Writers take a beating as Lana Del Rey’s Lust For Life album cover delivers more than a thousand words with one simple gesture: she is smiling. Her loyalty to pained poise, seductive pouts, and wounded glares has faltered and the joyful precision on her face ushers in a new artistic … Continue Reading →

Review: TLC

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As a fan, I’m not sure I really needed a fifth and final TLC album. Thinking back over the legacy of their career, from their debut, Ooooooohhh… On The TLC Tip, to their pinnacle with “Waterfalls”, T-Boz, Left Eye, and Chilli were already firmly etched in my mind as one … Continue Reading →

Kacy Hill – Like A Woman

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“Like A Woman”, debut album by Kacy Hill, is out now. The singer-songwriter and model from Phoenix was a backup dancer on Kanye West’s Yeezus tour and is currently signed to his music label. Her album, including singles “Hard To Love” and “Like A Woman”, is pure minimalism with contemporary … Continue Reading →

Jaymes Young – Feel Something

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“Feel Something”, debut album by Jaymes Young, has been released. Hailing from Seattle, the singer, songwriter, and guitarist has toured with British band London Grammar and Australian singer Vance Joy, was featured on David Guetta’s album “Listen”, and released two EPs of his own. Now he delivers his first full-length … Continue Reading →

Simon Law – Look To The Sky

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Simon Law, British songwriter and music producer, has published his debut album, entitled “Look To The Sky”. The 56-year-old artist is best known as writer, producer, and keyboardist for Soul 2 Soul, having co-written many of their songs, including both tracks that won a Grammy in 1990. “Look To The … Continue Reading →

Bedouine

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Recording artist Bedouine releases her self-titled debut album today. Bedouine was born in Syria to Armenian parents and spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia before her family got a chance to come to the US, first settling in Boston and later in Houston, and when she was old enough, she … Continue Reading →

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